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Poster: Ry4an Date: Dec 22, 2002 8:45am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: New p2p system on etree03

That's the thing, it's not an application one downloads and runs like edonkey, napster, etc. Instead it's a proxy that runs on your machine which speeds downloads but doesn't contain any searching capabilities. The proxy is downloaded and run using the Java WebStart application and it should be automatic when you select a file from the /etree/ directory hierarchy on the etree03.archive.org machine. The links on all the directory listings on that machine have been tornado-enabled and will cause downloads of those files to be made through the open-content.net system.

For a test go to this page: http://etree03.archive.org/etree/agp2002-10-11.shnf/ and then click (not right/option-click) on one of the links, for example 'agp02-10-11d1t5.shn'. That will cause your system to download the OCN TornadoCache plugin which will then be running on your system. After that one-time download any link you click on the page will be run through the plugin and should be considerably quicker than before.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffbrewster Date: Dec 22, 2002 11:13am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: New p2p system on etree03

I can not see the directory:
on either IE or NS at the moment. is there something wrong?
I can see
but clicking on the etree link seems to make it hang.


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Poster: Ry4an Date: Dec 22, 2002 1:56pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: New p2p system on etree03

Actually I'm getting no response from etree03.archive.org at all. Are you sure you're not just seeing a cached listing for the root directory on that machine?

I don't think our system could be the cause of the slow/no response on etree03 because our stuff is running on feeds not etree03.

Perhaps apache on etree03 just needs a HUP?

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